The University of French Polynesia has built a PV-driven hydrogen generation unit that combines a hydrogen chain with a thermochemical unit. The latter is used to recover waste heat from the electrolyzer and fuel cell to enable deferred cooling production for air conditioning.
Australia’S 1414 Degrees has commissioned a demonstration module featuring its thermal energy storage tech. It harnesses the high latent heat properties of silicon to provide a potential zero-carbon solution for use in high-temperature industries.
The latest set of clean energy statistics compiled by the International Renewable Energy Agency signal a changing of the guard when it comes to clean power, with legacy hydropower facilities overtaken by new intermittent renewables.
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